Sunday, September 16, 2007

 

Haydeé Rovirosa Gallery

The book as sculpture:
Brian Dettmer

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Draft 85: Hard Copy
may be the best
in Rachel Blau DuPlessis’
great work
to date

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Talking with
CA Conrad

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What is
alternative poetry?

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Talking with
Sheila E. Murphy

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Best-selling books
of Korean poetry

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A profile of
Talking Leaves Books
in
Buffalo

Another of
Hue-Man Bookstore & Café
in
Harlem

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Four independent bookstores
in Sag Harbor

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Good books & bad art
in
Bend River, Oregon

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Documentary
on
Black Mountain
isn’t
Fully Awake

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After
The Last Intellectuals

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Words don’t mean
what they say

Unless it’s a parrot talking

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Reaganomics
& the future
of university presses

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PCs vs. books
in library budgets

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Some light by which to read
a hidden text

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Computer poetry
and the future
of reading

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Who won
the canon wars?

A right-wing
reading list

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John Hollander’s New York
(PDF)

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A profile of
Miyazawa Kenji

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The Millennial School

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A new translation of
Andrea Zanzotto

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Talking with
Kevin Young

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Tom Cuson,
poet, photographer,
for director of Intersection,
died in
Berlin

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Dasuram Majhi
who wrote in Kui
has died
of cholera

at 35

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Phil Frank,
who drew
what may have been
the only local
newspaper comic strip
in the country,
has died

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Sarah Lantz
has died

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More on the poetry
of Gitmo

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A Quietist memorial
of September 11

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Amy Lowell,
hiding eroticism
in plain site

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Kajal Bandyopadhyay,
Bengali poet & neo-Marxist

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Alan Boyd,
Australian “anti-poet”

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Poetry & public art
in
British Columbia

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Don’t get
all snitty
about what’s in
the dictionary

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Measuring
Sam Hamill

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Discrimination against men
in literary awards??

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Was Byron
the Britney Spears
of his day?

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Anthony Thwaite,
escaping Larkin’s shadow

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James Fenton
calls for a crackdown
on “unprofessional” readings

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A Quietist Paul Valéry

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Walter Benjamin
as muse

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Alan Moore
on porn
& its contradictions

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A debate over
crime & memoir
that recalls neither
OJ’s If I Did It
nor Arlo’s
Alice’s
Restaurant

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Faux memoirista
concocts
true novel

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The landscapes
of Raymond Carver

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The Mass MoCA mess

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